If you haven't decided which vice to give up for Lent, it's not too late to start. Although many of the bad habits people drop are generally health-related, there are plenty of bad money, career, and life behaviors you can choose to give up. Here are a couple suggestions.

Things to consider giving up for your budget

  • Eating out or not setting a food budget.
  • Store-bought coffee.
  • Using your credit and debit card. Studies have shown that people tend to spend more when using plastic.
  • Shopping for unnecessary things.
  • Paying full price.
  • Delaing working on your taxes.

Things you should stop doing for your career

  • Relying on your memory. Instead, start scheduling tasks.
  • Working late at the office.
  • Pressing the snooze button.
  • Procrastinating tasks. But first, you need to learn more about procrastination.
  • Being late to work.
  • Saying "yes" to everyone and overcommitting. Focus on learning how to prioritize.
  • Having a messy desk.
  • Multitasking, which makes people less efficient.

Quit these unhealthy habits for a more fulfilling life

  • Thinking negative thoughts about yourself or others.
  • Being wasteful — start recycling.
  • Worrying too much.
  • Hoarding. Start decluttering by throwing away these 11 items.
  • Nitpicking and nagging the ones you love.
  • Putting yourself last. Try giving yourself some "me" time.
  • Trying to be perfect.